Def not like a fresh rose scent like Golden Rose was. More perfumey and artificial. Just not the same
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REVISION NOTICE: It is our policy to notify customers if any part of a fragrance was changed for any reason.
As of May 5, 2021, our Golden Rose fragrance oil was revised to meet our stringent safety standards to remove ingredients on the Prop 65 list. The original strength and fragrance characteristics have been preserved. To see details of the previous version, click here.
Rose is a classic fragrance that never seems to go out of style. More than two dozen unique perfumes can be found in roses, and we've chosen a few of the best to create Wild Rose. Wild Rose is a modern, complex bouquet with top notes of papaya and green leaves that keep this fragrance fresh. A floral heart of rose and peony gives way to base notes of powder and amber.
If you’re looking for a contemporary interpretation of rose for your candles, soaps, or lotions, Wild Rose is the perfect choice.
Alternative branding ideas: White Rose, Tea Rose, Fresh Rose, Garden Rose
Top: Papaya, Green Leaves
Middle: Rose, Peony
Base: Powder, Amber
Suggested Colors: Yellow, Gold
Note: Bottles filled by weight, levels may vary.
|Candle Safe||Yes||Usage: 3-10%|
|Soap Safe||Yes||Usage: 2-6%|
|Prop 65 Warning Required||No|
|Diffuser Base Compatible||Yes; Up to 15%|
*Usage amounts are recommendations only. Individual usage amounts can vary based on your desired fragrance strength, wax type, soap base, or lotion base. See IFRA certificate for max usage levels.
Cold Process Soap Performance
Lye Water Temperature 121ºF
Oil temperature 118ºF
We experience a moderate amount of acceleration and a slight amount of ricing. Once we began stick blending, we could see a thick trace start to form before all of the oils were incorporated. We used a combination of hand stirring and stick blending until all the oils were incorporated. We did see some ricing during this process, but with constant stirring, the batch smoothed out. Even though the batter was at a thick trace, it did not stiffen too much. We were able to scrape the soap into the mold and smooth the top with a spatula. After 24 hours, we observed the soap almost reached a full gel, and there was no discoloration. The scent was very strong. After 30 days the scent remained strong, and there was no discoloration.
This fragrance would be ideal for a simple design that requires a thick trace, just be prepared to work quickly.
I was hoping this would remain the same as what it was replacing but unfortunately it's definitely different. I smell a lot more powder and less green, fresh rose petals.
Tried it with 464 and this smelled amazing. The cherry cough syrup is definitely OOB smell but once you have it in wax form, it's just the right amount of sweetness to a floral ensemble.
So, I decided to pick this FO as my free sample from my previous order. I use 464 with the MEDIUM SIZED Apothecary jar DBL WICKED ECO10 and 8% FO. IMO the OOB smell of this FO was amazing, I could smell more of the rose and powder note. I allowed the candle to cure for 1 week ( GENERAL CURE FOR MY CANDLES ARE 2 weeks) however I was excited to see how it burned because the CT of this candle had my little candle closet LIT. I lit the candle and had to stop by the grocery store I come back and the aroma smacked me in the face ( probably gone for 30 min) LOL . I love the HT it fills my downstairs area beautifully without it being overwhelming.
I'm sort of convinced the cherry cough medicine reviews are simply just sniffing out of the bottle. Now granted, I haven't tried this in wax but on the blotter strip, it smells significantly better than doing a quickie sniff test out of the bottle. OOB, there is a huge fruity aspect to this fragrance (which is so clearly specified in the note profile and papaya and cherry don't smell the same). Once that dissipates, you get a lot of rose and powder, which is what you're going to get when you light your wild rose candle. The name of the fragrance is exactly what you get and I love it! I might have to make a personal candle with this one.
I was hopeful it would have the same scent as Golden Rose but I have to agree with the reviewer that said its smells similar to Cherry Cough Medicine... I'm not sure I will be able to use.
This is a great floral scent for people who like sweeter fragrances. This smells more like dried roses than live ones, if that makes sense--it is a lot more sweet and light than a live rose. This fragrance has a lot of dimension and is not flat unlike a lot of rose and rose-inspired scents on the market. I will be buying this in bulk and adding it to my permanent candle collection. Goes wonderfully with my coconut wax blend.
This was listed as the new Golden Rose. Wild Rose is not even close to the same note profile. Out of the bottle there is a bit of a cherry cough syrup scent. I poured a test candle to see if it balances out in wax - I will update once its cured a bit. 3 stars because I don't have a fully cured candle to review yet, but so far the cherry scent has not mellowed.
Ohhhh noooooo... this is definitely more of the stinky 'old lady' Rose fragrance and not the gorgeous, complex, true-to-life rose from Golden Rose (RIP) that was LOVED by our customer base. Bought a 5lb jug in the hopes that this one would work as a substitute but turned out to be a waste of money. So frustrated with these new formulations to be 'clean scents', honestly. None of them are as good as the original. Bummer.
Adore this scent and can't wait to use it in wax soon! YAY! LOVE IT!